Category: The 2010’s

A New Perspective: David Banner

David Banner: What’s Changed? What was David Banner Doing Before? Before David Banner became educated on African American politics and being woke, he was very involved in gangsta rap. Songs like “Get Like Me” and

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Technology in Music

Behind The Music Jaden Richards Technology is one of the fastest growing industries in America. It is also the main method of producing music of the 2010s. Beats and instrumentals are no longer created with

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2010: Decade of Rebels

The Rebels: 2010 Music by Amber Sylvain African American music is growing in popularity, expanding in style, and expanding in its moneymaking capabilities. African American music is always changing in multiple aspects, but remains the

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The Sounds of Black Womanhood in 2016

The Sounds of Black Womanhood in 2016 What do Beyoncé and Alicia Keys have in common other than being black women? They all released culturally significant albums in the year 2016. 2016 was a prolific

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The Transformation Era

The Transformation Era BY: KEELY ONGOS-COLE Believe it or not but hip-hop did not start dominating sales until the late 2010s. In the 2017, hip-hop started making its way to the top when eight of

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2010s: We The People

We the People Shawn Corey Carter was born on December 4th, 1969 in Brooklyn, New York who is professionally known as Jay-Z. He his is a rapper, song writer, producer, entrepreneur and record executive. He

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